I am thinking about swapping out a 80 mm Psylo suspension fork for a rigid, suspension-corrected fork, e.g., Kona Project 2 (triple butted, CrMo, 1 1/8 inch, 26").
This would be on a Salsa Bandito hardtail. I'm more interested in a hill climbing beater with high pressure street tires--maybe a mini tourer--than an off-roader.
However, I'm wondering about a possible lack of comfort of the Scandium frame for much road use over, e.g., 20 miles. Maybe soften up the ride a little with a carbon MTB fork and some seatpost suspension?
Just curions if anyone else has done this with good results?